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Bryce Canyon Visitor Center, Bryce Canyon National Park

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  • Even if you think you know the park and have all your information, this is still the best first stop. There is a movie about the park, a store, bathrooms and drinking fountains and - most important.....  more
    Even if you think you know the park and have all your information, this is still the best first stop. There is a movie about the park, a store, bathrooms and drinking fountains and - most important.....  more »
  • The Bryce Canyon Visitor Center is a large lodge style building near the entrance to the park. It has everything you would expect like a gift shop, restrooms, park film and park rangers available for....  more
    The Bryce Canyon Visitor Center is a large lodge style building near the entrance to the park. It has everything you would expect like a gift shop, restrooms, park film and park rangers available for....  more »
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  • Stunning national park. The rock formations are amazing and there's so many things to see and do. We spent the day there. We started by taking the shuttle to the last view point, then walked a short distance to the start of the Navajo trail which takes you down into the canyon (about 15 minutes walk to get to the start). Make sure you do the Navajo trail anti clockwise as you go downhill at a steeper elevation where there's not much to say and you come back up at an easier elevation with lots of stopping points for photos. Then we did the scenic drive all the way to the top and stopped off at each viewpoint. Probably don't need to stop at all, just stop at 2 or 3 but make sure you stop at the natural bridge one as that's really cool.
  • Wow and wow. Got there early morning and started the scenic drive, rainbow point. Stopped at each pull off. Inspiration point take your time walking up, and Bryce point hoodoos were absolutely gorgeous. All points are a much see. Did them all and Mossy Cave trail in a day.

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